Tag: Hart-Scott-Rodino Act (HSR)

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Hearst and its subsidiary paid a $4 million civil penalty to settle charges that they failed to include required documents in the notification and report form file in 1998 for the proposed acquisition of Medi-Span International, Inc. The complaint alleged that the omitted documents...
The Federal Trade Commission today announced that The Hearst Trust and its wholly owned subsidiary, The Hearst Corporation (Hearst), have agreed to settle charges that it failed to include required documents in its premerger notification report concerning its 1998 acquisition of Medi-Span, Inc....
The Commission negotiated an agreement with The Hearst Corporation (Hearst) to settle a permanent injunction action filed by the FTC alleging that Hearst failed to provide documents required by premerger notification law and then consummated a merger that monopolized the integrated...
Input/Output, Inc. and The Laitram Corporation each paid $225,000 in civil penalties to settle charges that Input/Output merged its operations with Laitram's DigiCOURSE subsidiary before observing the statutory waiting period under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of...
A New York merchant banking fund and one of its general partners have agreed to pay nearly $3 million to settle federal charges that they failed to file documents with the antitrust enforcement agencies in a timely manner before making an acquisition of a chain of funeral homes. At least one of...
Harry E. Figgie, Jr. and Figgie International Inc., have agreed to pay a $150,000 civil penalty to settle federal charges that they failed to notify the nation's two antitrust enforcement agencies before Mr. Figgie acquired restricted voting stock in Figgie International, the Federal Trade...
Under an agreement the Federal Trade Commission has negotiated with Foodmaker, Inc., the San Diego-based restaurant chain owner will pay a $1.45 million civil penalty to settle charges that one of its subsidiaries knowingly failed to notify the nation’s two antitrust enforcement agencies before...
Following a Federal Trade Commission investigation, Titan Wheel International, Inc., a Quincy, Illinois-based wheel manufacturer, has agreed to pay a $130,000 civil penalty -- the maximum allowable under law -- to settle federal charges that it took control of a Des Moines tire plant of Pirelli...
The Federal Trade Commission has negotiated a settlement with Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) under which the firm will pay a $2.97 million civil penalty for failing to include key competitive documents in a “premerger” filing it made with the federal government in connection with its April...

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